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Fairfax Va Septic Tank Service

Have you spent most of your life living in houses that were connected to a city sewage system? If so, and you’ve recently moved into a home with a septic tank, you probably have at least a few questions. There is an adjustment period, to be sure, but we can help you make the transition.

The first thing to be mindful of is the fact that you’re responsible for maintaining the system. That’s where we come in. As the region’s top-rated septic service company, our Fairfax VA septic tank service is one of the most popular we offer.

Our recommendation is that you have your tank pumped out and your system inspected from end to end every three to five years in order to minimize your chances of experiencing a major system problem. Of course, that’s just a baseline. It’s a good rule of thumb, but every household is different and you may find yourself needing our Fairfax VA septic tank service more frequently than that.

Here are some common warning signs that your septic system is struggling:

  • You suddenly start noticing areas of persistently soggy, squishy, muddy ground in and around your drain field.
  • The grass growing over your drain field is a notably brighter shade of green than the grasses growing elsewhere in your yard.
  • Every time you turn on a faucet or flush a toilet, the pipes inside your walls rattle and groan, making it sound a bit like you’re living in a haunted house.
  • Your toilets run constantly and won’t flush properly, and no amount of plunging seems to make any difference.
  • Your sinks drain with painful slowness and none of the usual fixes seem to make any difference.

If you notice any of the above, don’t delay. Give us a call right away and take advantage of our Fairfax VA septic tank service. We’ll send one of our skilled techs out to your property and inspect your system from end to end and give you a full report on our findings.

Before any work begins, we’ll also give you a free, no obligation estimate so you’ll have a clear understanding of exactly what it will take to put the problem behind you once and for all.

Here’s the problem: Septic systems don’t have any built in diagnostics or any ability to automatically correct themselves, so if there’s a problem, it’s only going to get worse over time. If action isn’t taken quickly, you’ll find yourself dealing with every septic system owner’s worst nightmare; raw sewage backing up into your house.

If you’ve had the misfortune of experiencing that before, you know what a nasty problem it can be. If you haven’t, trust us when we say you never want to! Fortunately, it never has to come to that. Just give us a call and we’ll take care of it for you.

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